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3 hours ago, Amer said:

You think so?  Well, in this case he said it himself on one of the facebooks postings a while back. So that's why I'am saying that. He kind of indicated there are other Goldsmith projects that he wants to prioritize. I think this was around or before the last batch we had.

That means he cares about the future of their Goldsmith catalogue! I would really like to know what is going to happen to scores like Malice and Angie. If Varese doesn't care about expanding them, why not give it to other labels? If they do care, it will take a long long time until they get released. (BTW, I don't really care about those examples at all.)

3 hours ago, publicist said:

Geez, you guys find rationalizations for buying the same shit again every time, aren't you?

Don't be so hypocritical! You also buy releases that other members of this forum do not care about or consider redundant. And did you just somehow refer to The Final Conflict as shit?:angry:

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1 hour ago, Brundlefly said:

Don't be so hypocritical! You also buy releases that other members of this forum do not care about or consider redundant. And did you just somehow refer to The Final Conflict as shit?:angry:

 

It's a mad mad mad world, eh?

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47 minutes ago, kaseykockroach said:

Speak for yourself!

 

 

Well I said 'every JWFAN member here' which obviously includes me.

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5 hours ago, publicist said:

Geez, you guys find rationalizations for buying the same shit again every time, aren't you?

It's like they loved the experience of buying their favorite scores so much, they want to re-create that joy!

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1 minute ago, kaseykockroach said:

It's like they loved the experience of buying their favorite scores so much, they want to re-create that joy!

That may be disturbingly true.!

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19 hours ago, publicist said:

It's a mad mad mad world, eh?

It's a moany moany moany world.

 

You moan about crossfades in The Sum of All Fears, Amer moans about missing cues in The Final Conflict, and I moan about a cutoff in The 'Burbs.

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On 10/16/2018 at 8:27 PM, dillweed97 said:

I have a weird feeling along awaited Williams score thought to be gone will be in the next lot from VS. 

 

You had better be right about this one, or I shall transform into a bat and bite you in the neck.

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On 10/17/2018 at 3:17 PM, publicist said:

Well i 'moaned' after your endless inquiries about every bottlecap Goldsmith expansion detail. 

Let's moan together.

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There is a very wrong way of interpretation.

 

But I have nothing substantial to add to a 'discussion' with a tendentially contemptuous publicist. I know he does not have the collector's sense that many others have and therefore I consider him one of the most reliable persons concerning actual musical merits, but it doesn't really justify his occasional scornfulness. I don't know, where the problem is, when I buy a new release with improved sound quality for 30 bucks and sell the old one for 20 bucks. Although there are limits - Polergeist II? Again?! My ass!

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On 10/17/2018 at 5:27 AM, dillweed97 said:

I have a weird feeling along awaited Williams score thought to be gone will be in the next lot from VS. 

 

Interesting you say that. I heard a very intriguing rumour the other day...  🦇

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  • 1 month later...

Turns out its Grusin scores for SONY from the 70s and 80s

 

https://www.varesesarabande.com/products/dave-grusin-three-album-bundle

 

Disc 1 - Absence Of Malice:

1. Main Title (2:40)
2. Ai No Cholera (2:25)
3. Meg To Boat (:50)
4. Boat Ride (1:55)
5. Morning Dissolve (:34)
6. Cariso (4:22)
7. Piano and Pasta (3:07)
8. Hoods Follow Mike (1:06)
9. Intersection (:49)
10. Calliope Polka (2:08)
11. Chassidic Calliope (3:32)
12. Theresa Leaves (:49)
13. Presses Rolling / Theresa At Dawn (1:50)
14. Funeral (:43)
15. Caper Olson’s (1:12)
16. Deal With Quinn (:17)
17. Love Theme (2:19)
18. Our Boy Is Getting Nervous (1:07)
19. Zoom On Truck (:20)
20. Photos (1:07)
21. Meg Alone (:45)
22. Readers (:36)
23. End Credits (2:50) 

 

Disc 2 - And Justice For All:

1. Something Funny Goin’ On (Main Title) (Mono) (2:33)
2. Life At Court/Go See Grandpa (Mono) (2:08)
3. Exercise Class (Mono) (2:16)
4. Ballad For God (Mono) (2:06)
5. Jay’s Out (Mono) (0:43)
6. Helicopter 1 & 2 (Mono) (:57)
7. Client Visit (Mono) (1:12)
8. Thanksgiving (Mono) (1:17)
9. Thanksgiving Sunk (Mono) (2:33)
10. Perfect Couple (Mono) (1:15)
11. Plate Finish/Frustration (Mono) (1:28)
12. Hostage Visit (Mono) (1:24)
13. Crying Jag (Mono) (1:51)
14. Defend or Get Out/Grandpa (Mono) (1:35)
15. Something Funny Goin’ On (Main Title) (3:26)
16. Life At Court (2:33)
17. Go See Grandpa (1:09)
18. Ballad for God (2:45)
19. Jay’s Out (:52)
20. Client Visit (1:21)
21. Thanksgiving (1:19)
22. Plate Finish/Frustration (2:00)
23. Hostage Visit (1:25)
24. Crying Jag (1:50)
25. Defend or Get Out (1:02)
26. M12 (3:38)
27. M51 (5:15)
28. M52 (:29)
29. M81 (4:03)
30. M95 (1:19)

Tracks 1–14 are the original mono film versions.

Tracks 15–25 are new full-length stereo mixes.

Tracks 26–30 were not used in the film.

 

Disc 3 - Murder By Death / The Pursuit Of Happiness:

Murder By Death:

1. Suite: Main Title/House of Twain/Sand and Wang (7:10)
2. Suite: M. Perrier/Mushroom Idiot/Sam and Tess (1:33)
3. Broken Bridge (2:25)
4. Strange Weather (1:26)
5. Angry Cat and Cozy Fire (:37)
6. I’ll Park the Car/Cobwebs (:51)
7. Yetta (1:36)
8. Suite: Trust and Change/No Kissing/Hands of Time/Wang is Wrong (3:08)
9. Suite: Jessica Marbles/Death Mask/Toast to Lionel (2:00)
10. Gather at Table (1:06)
11. Swords and Beans (1:07)
12. Lockin’ It Up/Twain Tango (1:07)
13. Mirrors (:43)
14. Butler’s Demise (2:19)
15. Suite: Holy Merde/Empty Room/Gun Shots/Re-Entry (1:37)
16. Suite: Almost Midnight/12 Chimes/Knife in Twain’s Back (1:37)
17. Suite: Mannequin/Dirty Work/Jilted/Fathered/Wang’s Father/Gay Bar/Goodnight (1:07)
18. Suite: Deadly Steam/Scorpio/Gas Works/Think I’m Gonna Cry (2:09)
19. Getting Taller/Cross Off Snake (1:37)
20. Suite: Irving Goldman/Marvin Metzner/Poodle Session/Not Born with Beauty/Sam Enters (1:33)
21. Numero Uno/Openin’ Up/Gwine Home (3:04)
22. End Title (1:34)


The Pursuit Of Happiness:

23. Let Me Go (Main Title/End Title) (Performed by Randy Newman
Music and Lyrics by Randy Newman) (2:56)
24. Dropping Out (Let Me Go) (Music by Randy Newman) (1:49)
25. Fathers Son (1:41)
26. Why Go Back (3:29)
27. Prison Yard Blues (:40)
28. Let Me Go/I’m Flippin/Let Me Go (Medley) (3:22)
29. First Leg (1:23)
30. Second Leg (1:54)
31. Chaccone-Baroque/Third Leg (2:10)
32. Second Thoughts (1:13)

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